RCB has confirmed that the franchise will make financial contributions to healthcare infrastructure and will wear a blue jersey in one upcoming match to honor frontline workers. The franchise will also be auctioned all in-game signed player shirts to raise money.
Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) has become the latest franchise to pledge its support to the country in these trying times as the franchise confirmed, earlier today, that they will take multiple steps to assist the country in its battle against the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic. In a series of tweets, the RCB revealed that the franchisee “has identified key areas that require urgently needed assistance immediately” and has confirmed that it will make a significant financial contribution regarding oxygen support in Bangalore and other cities.
The franchise said earlier today: “The RCB has identified key areas that require a lot of assistance immediately in the healthcare infrastructure related to oxygen support in Bangalore and other cities, and will make a financial contribution in this regard.”
The RCB has identified the main areas that require a lot of assistance immediately in the healthcare infrastructure related to oxygen support in Bangalore and other cities and will make a financial contribution in this regard. pic.twitter.com/jS5ndZR8dt
– Royal Challengers Bangalore (@RCBTweets) May 2, 2021
Most importantly and most importantly, RCB has confirmed that players, in one of their upcoming group matches this season, will wear a special blue jersey to honor all frontline workers. The franchise has also confirmed that they will sell all signed players’ shirts from the game to raise money.
“This season, the RCB team will wear a special blue jersey for one of the upcoming matches with the key messages on the match kit to show our respect and show solidarity to all front-line champions who spent the past year wearing PPE kits and leading the team fighting the pandemic.
“The RCB will also auction all the signed players’ shirts from this game to raise funds and add to our previous financial contribution to support the healthcare infrastructure related to oxygen support.”